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. that is why 26 -- excuse me, that is why the twin peaks this play is so important. -- display is so important. we have to help educate others and present -- and prevent it from happening again. what happened during the holocaust must never be repeated. [applause] >> to illustrate that that same kind of it hatred -- same kind of hatred exists, we would like to welcome mr. christopher to talk about his efforts in uganda, where they try to have legislation to execute days. [applause] -- execute gays. >> what has been happening in you gonjeh. -- in uganda, in the old days of the yemen persecution of the homosexuals. homosexuality in uganda can be punished by death, hanging. and imprisonment for life. and for those who have called for homosexuality, they will be in prison for a number of years. and a woman cannot be a homosexual or else she will be punished. it will be very difficult -- the execution of the people in uganda. we thought that this bill had been forgotten or thrown out. but the support that we heard from all over the world since 2009. it has been revived. some of the leaders are behi
in less time. i love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ tuesday morning, we have a little rain, isolated and spotty showers. let's go to live super doppler 7. in dale city over 95 towards the potomac and approaching the , there's a shower to the southeast. don't see any lightning and thunder. thing mary's county, some more no lightning or thunder. and in loveville, a shower. slight chance of the late they thundershower today, increasing humidity. for the high temperature. cloudy tonight. few storms possible tonight and early tomorrow if. we should have scattered thundershowers throughout the some energy with dropping into the region. hot and humid, 90-95 on the fourth of july. thursday and friday, mostly sunny, and 90s. that's the forecast. baden. 8 pages of intersections that still remain questionable in the .istrict we are waiting for an updated list to start the morning from fairfax. the hardest hit is ward 5 and 8.d 57 intersections remain have a power that either stop sign or police will dir
analysis of the twin pillars of the criminal law which are retribution and deterrence. the court makes the judgment that low i.q. means that you're less responsible and less likely able to be deterred. so the twin pillars of the criminal law don't really apply. but i'm not sure that the psychologists who do psychological testing and i.q. or the neuroscientists have really connected up the constitutional reasons why because it may be that they're substructures of i.q. that are more relevant to the eighth amendment question. it's not a general i.q. score that is ultimately relevant. in fact, the california supreme court has dealt with exactly that question of what subscales might be constitutional relevant rather than the global i.q. score. >> one question here which i think is very interesting. in my community, we strongly feel that diet plays a strong diagnosis of the violence we see, the intake of sugar which is heavily consumed is a factor. what is your take on that? >> diet certainly plays a role in controlling and behavior. you know, i'm not that familiar with all of the different
the twins a victory. moving along, an admirable but valiant effort, unwanted results for torres at the trials this omaha. as fate would have it, he finished fourth in the 50-meter free style which means he failed to make the team. hardy earned first place. day 8, wimbledon tennis big upset. sharipova sent home by number 15. serena williams acing. on the men's side, a big serve and a wicked back hand from jojocovich. and federer number 3, match point. that's what's happening in sports. >>> still ahead, a young boy works wonders with a ping-pong ball. ,, your grilling is still gonna be pretty amateur. but your deck? that's pro. finish like a pro with cabot wood stains. cabot...that's pro. the new santa fe steak melts. [ male announcer ] now at your neighborhood subway: get extra grande flavor with the santa fe steak & bacon melt. juicy steak, crispy bacon, and melted cheese with creamy santa fe caesar. or try adding egg for a santa fe steak, bacon & egg melt -- a favorito for breakfast but muy bueno any time of day. get to your local subway and claim your steak today -- with new s
. only 92. but excessive heat warnings are up across the midwest as the twin cities soared to a record high this afternoon of 98. it's going to be another blistering day in chicago. their 20th 90-degree day this season already two more than an average summer. for the 4th the hottest weather outside of the deserts will be in the middle of the country, not record setting, but all above average temperatures in some cases 10 degrees above average. on the 4th there will be thunderstorms in the northeast from boston to d.c. to atlanta. in washington's case, natalie, maybe the only way to stay cool on the 4th without power without air conditioning is to head outside and stand in the rain. >> all right. mike seidel, you at least try to stay cool there in washington, d.c. thank you. >>> further west, the job of fighting fires has taken a deadly turn as a c-130 air tanker from the north carolina air national guard crashed in south dakota sunday with a crew of six. this latest tragedy adding to the toll as wildfires continued to burn in ten states. nbc's miguel almaguer went into the fire zone to
walking with all of you. we will be looking up to the twin peaks and seeing the bright colors identifying this mark, remembering what it means, educating other generations. i have to admit, when i looked down on this hill, i also got other memories. we had to get the goats up here. i am still seeing these dotes on the hillside. where are they? [laughter] patrick, thank you again for all of the effort to clean this up. you see these busloads of visitors who are wondering what it is and they get educated on the meaning of our city. the other thing i want to say -- nancy pelosi has been such a wonderful leader triet -- leader. it has been through her efforts, following her, when the federal government was unable to provide the funds to have enough money for hiv, the state, all of her efforts, the budget was not there. we had a little bit of luck in san francisco. we followed their leadership and we made those cuts with the wonderful relationship of the mayor's office working with all of the members of the board of supervisors. that is how we work together. we do not use an excuse. it is all
there is a danger involved in that particularly in looking at what was disclosed during the trial of the twin towers' bombers that michael mukasey that the federal judge presided over and there was information that was disclosed during that trial that was used by al qaeda to pull off 9/11, and i don't think that we ought to change the law so that that happens ever again. my time is up, and i would like to thank the witnesses for appearing. >> this has been very useful hearing. let me say that thursday of next week we will have a classified briefing where many of the members of this committee who have had questions can ask in the yet to be determined representative of the justice department, whatever they want. so that will be a classified briefing and i would encourage members to come to it and to re-ask the questions that they don't think they got an adequate answer to today. without an answer, the hearing is adjourned. first, the house energy and subcommittee will look at how existing communications laws adjust the demands of new technology in the distribution of video content and then at 3:10, a
are taking clean up into their own hands but safety is the number one concern. he has twin girls, his home has no power so one of his girls had to return to the hospital. >> we could not have staid here without generator power because she was on an electrically supplied pump. >> reporter: in virginia the sights and sounds of the storm are still fresh. >> winds, howling, and just thundering. >> you could feel the power and hearthe weather. >> reporter: and there is a long road ahead for those who lost everything. >> i asked rosemary orozco and she said the heat is not letting up. in ohio 200 national guard members went door to door checking on residents and clumbs planned to help residents there cool off. >>> in =, 1500 -- in colorado 1500 firefighters are still battling the waldo canyon fire. it is now 55% contained but destroyed 347 homes and left two people dead. crews are still being hampered by hot weather and power outages. 30,000 people are still evacuated from their homes. >> i have never been as proud to live anywhere as here. the fire officials, police officials have been rock sta
are in the hundreds of up to the twin cities and green bay wisconsin and all the way down to texas ... widely scattered thunderstorms are not out of the question but less likely ... there is a lake breeze that may come tomorrow and give us a thunderstorm ... but it will get very hot and if we put four of these hundred degree-days together we will break the big record ... look at those thunderstorms firing of north ... 98 greece yesterday at o'hare airport the second highest of the season ... 101 degrees tomorrow 100 thursday 100 friday and then hopefully down to the '80s over the weekend when we get the eastward wind and some thunderstorms to cool things down ... we will get rid of the committee for next week humidity for next wek thanks for joining us today. we hope you have a great afternoon. remember we are back at 5:00 and 9:00 this evening. we leave you with more music from rock band "taproot".
family without power are worried about their 8-week-old twin daughters. when callie is safe, her sister who uses a medical pump to breathe had to be taken back to children's hospital. >> my daughter cannot live without this pump that she was supplied with. we could not have stayed here indefinitely without generator power. >> power company is expected to have 90% of customers restored by friday. >>> updated numbers from the power companies, pepco with 170,000 without power, dominion, virginia has 105,300 offline in northern virginia and bge says montgomery and prince george's county have 19,600 without power. power companies promise they're working as hard as they can to get it back on, but thousands. families are without ac and could be so throughout the week. clay anderson from pepco joins us now by phone. we're getting a lot of reports tonight and a lot of reporters in the area and they don't hear any chainsaws which means they don't feel like anybody is working tonight. >> well, our numbers continue to fall as far as our restoration effort which means we're going in the right direct
lines came down. use twin branches road as your alternate route. coming up in my next report another look at area roads. >>> summer school programs in the district are closed today. >>> we have the stickiness factor really kicking in today. gone are the drier weather days for us. temperature 96, 97 degrees. today in the territory as well. day planner for today starting out muggy. although we have clear skies as of this hour, a lot of sunshine building clouds through this afternoon. temperatures move quickly through the 60s 70s and 80s and into the 90s by your lunch break. we should top out right around 95 degrees. we will include some more cloud cover as we get later on into the afternoon, which means that overall today is still going to be hot, very muggy with the southwest winds. we are going to let you know about afternoon sunflowers and storms that could pop up around the area. we will be hot again on the fourth of july and yes there is a chance for late day showers, possibly heavy storms coming through on the afternoon of our fourth of july. overall we will see a lot of sunshine
transcript. >> i can't help but notice the two twin groves in the ramp. that didn't hold the cars at the top of the loop, did it? >> you're talking about the black line that you saw there? >> yeah. >> that actually -- that was actually a paint stripe. the reason for is that is on the initial 7 g load hit you get a bit of tunnel vision. as -- we're able to use that to keep us on track. >> it looked like it had a shadow line, like it was indented a little bit. not that i'm taking anything away from what you did. >> no, but that's a great idea. we might have recommended that to the engineers. >> that would have been a good idea. at the very top there's two white marks. that's to let you know it's upside down and it's okay to start lifting off the throttle. the black line was the key because your eye balls are pointed all different directions once you hit the initial 7 gs. it's all you can do to focus on that black line. . >> i know you set a record on saturday, june 30th. >> absolutely. >> how many times have you been through the loop? >> that was one of the things that made this so special.
and the lights magically turned on. here though, twin brooke parkway still in the dark. we did travel down georgia avenue to get here, saw several lights that this be turned on. traffic resumed as normal. even coming down at randolph, you can see some of the street lights are starting to slowly come on. we have seen some pepco crews in the area, so it appears they are eventually making their way to these major thoroughfares and huge intersections. you can see there is a bit of confusion, cars stopping in the middle of the road to head over. again, treat these as four way stops, but you can imagine, with the morning rush, you have four lanes of traffic here. it is going to be quite confusing, so please you know, drive with caution and wash sheens, as you are heading out. you willen countier some intersections with lights. others without. you know, everyone is asking for patience at this point, but it seems like some patient sheens is running thin, -- wash patience is running thin. >> i want them to get every nursing home back to full restoration and i'm not going to accept july 6th as a dat
up in less time. i love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ >> erica: here are three of the top stories of the morning. today is tom cruise is 50th birthday that his son expected to be a happy one scientology allegedly cause the split. and marcus jordan the famous basketball star son of michael jordan was arrested outside the hotel he was charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and obstructing justice. finally, if you have noticed a lack of rants in your twitter feed it is because alec baldwin decided to leave the site. if you want to talk about what this trend in on the web you can always visit my facebook fan page. >> mark: gas prices are now down they say a gallon of gas is 225 cheaper than it was last year at this time. prices fall nearly 115 per gallon here's what it looks like in the bay area because we usually pay higher prices. we find the average price at $3.89. >> darya: will be back with morning couple minutes one of the developing stories we're following is a fire in san
love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ >>> the supreme court of the united states of america upheld the largest tax increase in american history. >> the largest tax increase in the history of the country. >> obamacare is the biggest tax increase in american history. >> what we now have is the biggest tax increase in the history of the world. biggest tax increase in the history of the universe. >> you heard the parade of republicans calling the health reform law some variation of the largest tax increase in the history of life as we know it and every and the world and the universe. while we don't have the data to rule specifically on the history of the universe claim, who does? tonight, in chart imitates life, we could show you that it's not the biggest tax increase even in american history. not even close, really. the individual mandate which got republicans started on this whole kick is a tiny, tiny, tiny part of the health care bill. even when you're looking at the tax section, it's not the
that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ or your money back. new this morning.... whitney houston fans will get chance soundtrack to the late - singer's film, "sparkle" will be released on july 31st... and will feature two songs &pfrom houston. the fil 17th. pour cup of joe mayycut your risk for the most commonnformm of skin cancer. that's published in the "journal cancer research."research claims caffeine lowers a person's chances of developing basal cell "carcinoma." caffeine seemed to be the key faccor... so teaa ccla and chocolate may allo cut a more of us are expected to pack our bags this 4th of july. triple-a estimates holiday travel will be up 5- percent this year... adding to the summer travel rush. this morning... emily schmidt is live in washington with some tips on how to make sure your trip buudet stretches as far as the miles you traael.good morning, emily. 1) is there anything travelers can do to avoid those resoot fees in the first pllce? coming up... ii's a growing pro
predictions, the twin predictions are terrible. three more days at least before almost all of the power is restored. and on each of those days, temperatures approaching 100 degrees. from capitol hill, i'm steve handelsman, news 4. >> thanks, steve. >>> so, how about relief from the heat on the 4th of july holiday? maybe, maybe not. doug, what do you say? >> that's exactly the forecast, jim. it's maybe, maybe not. it depends on whether you get a shower or thunderstorm that may help to cool doings down for just a little while. but the heat will be there for everybody throughout much of the day. temperatures outside of 94 degrees, but notice the clouds. they have moved into the area as some storms are just off to the west. we have a brand-new severe thunderstorm warning, waiting for my beeper to go off any second, hampshire county, storms making their way from washington county into frederick county. there's the severe thunderstorm warning. back to the west, 87 in martinsburg, 88 in winchester. as we look at the radar, we'll show you where the storms are. we have one to the south. this is
famed highway 12. she'll be here to show us the fun the twins had along the way. >> first inside to the news desk. tamron hall with the top stories. hey, tamron. >> hey, willie, everyone. more than a million customers waiting for electricity to be restored after weekend storms that swept from ohio to washington, d.c. high winds damage power lines, uprooted trees and killed at least 22 people. meantime blistering heat will stretch from the midwest to the mid-atlantic states today. british drugmaker glaxcosmithkline agreed to pay $3 billion in fines to settle cases involving different drugs. that's the largest settlement for health care fraud in u.s. history. the justice department says glaxcosmithkline promoted the popular paxil and wellbutrin for useses. also failed to disclose avandia could cause heart problems. >>> the 45-year-old swim erika up short last night in her final bid to make the record sixth olympic team. >>> tarmoh with drew from the tiebreaking runoff for the spot in the 100 meter. she conceded to training partner allyson felix saying her heart wasn't in it. >>> gr
of the alab resitythno spbi for these twin crises, the crisis of the deficit and a crisis of failed banking regulations? he asked what we ha done to protecthe single ouk hecln um hule tit stte.ns gr on the question of are the eurozone funds sufficient, i think he is right to ask that question. weonalayheve rtth t an big enough. i think he ought to give up the hokie cokie and s the aur] ll tleesm pe wiv t rebate and give nothing in return, who took us into the bailout fund even when we were not part of the road. e people whsaha ch hke tot totetes, fa hll never stand up to two big vested interests, the ade ions and brussels. lerewigrnt ri a t res urelationship with the european union, would the prime minister agree that the worst possible moment to start gotiating with 26 other at rlyoced ll? ntof would the prime minister also agreed that as the united kingdom is fully protected by the the statury reqreme for aefdu pral ansof gh tus mbe liet a negotiations we wish to beg and the treaties - had rrebin tuts imsef t zo7 t f n? >> it is worth it saying that everyone has to recognize that the s
those children. >> i have four. >> yeah, but two are twins. >> that was sarah jessica parker in the comedy," i don't know how shedoes it," but do we have ourselves to blame for being busy every day. if you live in america, you have probably had to listen to a lot of people tell you how busy they are. it is a boast disguised as a complaint. it is a reassurance. obviously your life cannot be silly, trivial or meaningly if you are so busy. i can't help but wonder whether all this hisry onic exhaustion is not a way of covering up the fact that most of what we do doesn't matter. tim, i have to tell you, i was reading the sunday times, i read your piece and i was so thrilled because one of my favorite things to do is sit on my front porch and do nothing other than stare at a 110-year-old elm tree in my front yard and i feel guilty about doing it but i wonderful inside. >> my editor told me one time. he is an editor of the times and he has got a wife and child. and i asked him what did you do? and he said i watched it get dark outside. he sounded like he really enjoyed it. >> as soo
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